Brain Studies Presentation

Slide 2 Notes The human race has come a long way in our understanding of the brain since the time of lobotomies and blood-letting.  We can now use computers to digitally capture a picture of the brain or we can experiment with animals in various ways to better understand our own brain functions. Furthermore, there... Continue Reading →

Analogy of Conduction Action Potentials

Post your response to the following: On p. 72 of the text, in the Thinking Clearly section, the conduction action potentials and activation of neurotransmitters are related to a row of mousetraps on a wobbly shelf. Think of another analogy you can use to describe the conduction of action potentials and activation of neurotransmitters. Have... Continue Reading →

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